Introduction

These Jeep Wrangler LED headlights are inspired by none other than spider eyes you see in nature. The big, bulbous LED headlights definitely look like spider eyes and are great for off-roading.

Tools

No tools required.

Parts

  1. Remove the screws and clips holding the front grille in place. Remove the front grille so you can gain access to the headlights.
    • Remove the screws and clips holding the front grille in place.

    • Remove the front grille so you can gain access to the headlights.

  2. Remove the four (4) screws that are holding the metal bracket ring around the headlights.
    • Remove the four (4) screws that are holding the metal bracket ring around the headlights.

  3. Remove the metal bracket ring. Remove the metal bracket ring.
    • Remove the metal bracket ring.

  4. Unplug the adapter and remove the stock headlights. Unplug the adapter and remove the stock headlights. Unplug the adapter and remove the stock headlights.
    • Unplug the adapter and remove the stock headlights.

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  6. Replace back with the new Jeep Wrangler LED headlights the same way they were removed and connect the adapter.
    • Replace back with the new Jeep Wrangler LED headlights the same way they were removed and connect the adapter.

    • Note: If your Jeep uses an H4 socket instead of H13, you can use the H13 --> H4 conversion adapter that's included in the package.

    • If your head beam does not work at all during the initial installation, please check both the adapter on the LED headlights and the LED driver module box.

    • Make sure no pins are pushed out.

    • If the problem persists, you may need to re-pin the adapter.

    • If the high beam takes a couple tries to turn on, it means that there's not enough power being supplied.

    • The battery may need to be replaced or you may have to add a relay harness to directly draw the power from the battery.

    • If you experience the issue where your high beam is periodically flickering, you will need an anti-flicker decoder to solve the problem once and for all.

    • Sometimes, the issue will be localized on one side only.

    • If that's the case, you will need to switch the LED driver module box from the driver side to the passenger side and vice versa to see if the module box is the issue.

  7. Once your Jeep Wrangler headlights work, put the metal ring and the screws back. Once everything is secure, reinstall the front grille. Once your Jeep Wrangler headlights work, put the metal ring and the screws back. Once everything is secure, reinstall the front grille. Once your Jeep Wrangler headlights work, put the metal ring and the screws back. Once everything is secure, reinstall the front grille.
    • Once your Jeep Wrangler headlights work, put the metal ring and the screws back. Once everything is secure, reinstall the front grille.

Conclusion

Your Jeep Wrangler is now ready for some bold off-roading action with these new LED headlights!

Eric Wu

Member since: 01/21/2015

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Hello guys, I ordered some LED headlights to change my stock headlights on my jeep jk 2014 however the stock headlights have two different bulbs in it? one for the high beam, how do i get rid of it?

matthewhoang97 - Reply

I can surely follow this method of installing LED headlight but which company headlight would you advice for jeep wrangler? Which of these headlights do you recommend : hikari or sngl

John Miller - Reply

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